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16 November 2021

idverde Sees Another Successful Year for Regional in Bloom Awards

As a long time supporter of the in Bloom Awards, including sponsoring the Heart of England in Bloom, idverde is proud to be celebrating another successful year. In total, clients of idverde received 29 awards across Britain as part of the regional in Bloom Awards.

The Royal Horticultural Society (RHS), which is the national organising body for the annual Britain in Bloom campaign, is the UK’s leading gardening charity. It inspires communities to come together and promotes planet-friendly gardening for members and the wider public.

RHS Britain in Bloom aims to create a more beautiful Britain, encouraging cities, towns, and villages to create welcoming and attractive spaces. Communities are assessed for their efforts in the areas of horticultural achievement, community participation, and environmental responsibility.

idverde is heavily involved with the in Bloom awards, supporting Loughborough in Bloom, Barrow in Bloom, and Syston in Bloom. 

Additionally, we have seen many of our clients win Gold, Silver Gilt, and Silver awards. This includes:

Gold Awards:

Burton in Bloom

Emslie Horniman’s Pleasance

Gunnersbury Cemetery

Holland Park

Little Wormwood Scrubs

Long Ditton Cemetery (plus winner of the Cemetery Category for London in Bloom)

Loughborough in Bloom

Mill Hill Lane

Plymouth Waterfront

Royal Leamington Spa

Stapenhill Gardens

Uttoxeter Cemetery

Uttoxeter in Bloom

Winshill in Bloom


Silver Gilt Awards:

Avondale Park

Bramshall Road Park

Branston Water Park

Churchfields Recreation Ground

Cremorne Gardens

Eton Community Park

Kensington Memorial Park

Shobnall Playing Fields

St. Luke’s Garden 

Stapenhill Cemetery

Westfield Park

Silver Awards:

Anglesey Community Park

Barrow in Bloom

Pennycroft Community park

idverde’s Head of Greenspace Development, Andrew Kauffman, commented:

"Great to see all the idverde client and community in Bloom successes this year. We know how hard client, community and contract teams work in partnership year-round to ensure sites are looking blooming marvellous. In light of COP26 aims, it is great to see how these in Bloom campaigns are adapting to ensure displays are sustainable and in line with COP26 Aims:

- Secure net carbon zero, acting locally on in Bloom campaigns to help nationally and globally
- Adapting in Bloom management and maintenance practices to protect communities and natural habitats
- Working together to deliver "We can only rise to the challenges of the climate crisis by working together" and in Bloom campaign award categories adapting to award more sustainable practices.

Congratulations to all those who continue to contribute to these outstanding results and support such an important national campaign"

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